Squabble leads to stash of stolen goods in Madera County

September 26, 2012 12:22:16 AM PDT
The Madera County Sheriff's Department is looking for two suspects in a possible identity theft ring.

Authorities found dozens of stolen checkbooks, credit cards, social security cards and other items at a local motel.

The suspects are identified as Michael Cole Kitley, 40, of Clovis and Danielle Robin Blevins, 25, of Fresno.

Authorities believe the pair abandoned the stolen property at a motel in Madera after they got in a fight.

The goods were found at the Casa Grande Motel on Golden State Boulevard. Detectives say most of the property was stolen out of vehicles in the Fresno area.

Madera County Sheriff John Anderson says that while detectives continue to inventory everything found in the room, they are able to release what has been itemized so far:

Mail
Central Unified Pay Stub
Doctor's prescription
Paperwork from McKinley Elementary School
Tachi Premier Club card
Library card
Flash Drives
Memory Cards
iPods
Camera and Tri-pod
Guitar
Bass
Laptops
Computers
Numerous computer wires and chargers
Cell Phones
Radios
External Hard drives
Speakers
MP3's
Nintendo's
Eye glasses
Bag filled with keys
Electric razor
Tie Down Kit (still wrapped in plastic casing)
Briefcases
Tote bags
Backpacks
Computer bags
Wallets
Purses
Air pumps
Clothing
Jewelry
Hand held radios
Calculators
Staplers
Various tools
Remote controls
Sim cards
Passport
Student ID's
Credit cards
Gas cards
Check books
Driver's Licenses

Anyone who is missing any of these items from a vehicle burglary in the Fresno area within the last five months (and prior to August 28) is urged to contact the Madera County Sheriff's Office and ask to speak with either Detective Kristine Hawk or the Sheriff's main evidence room located at the Madera County Sheriff's Main Office in Madera. The number to call: 559-675-7770.


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